Technical Reports

Site Planing - Existing Features

July 2020

This site plan is prepared under the aggregate resources act class a licence, category 1 pit below  water.

Site Plan - Operations

July 2020

This plan depicts a schematic operations sequence for this property based on the best information available at the time of preparation.

Site Plan - Rehabilitation

July 2020

Rehabilitation will be progressive following the general direction of
extraction and proceed as limits of extraction (area and depth) are reached.

Agricultural Impact Assessment

July 2020

In prime agricultural areas, applications for new mineral aggregate operations will be supported by an agricultural impact assessment and, where possible, will seek to maintain or improve connectivity of the Agricultural System.

Air Quality Assessment

July 2020

The objective of this study is to assess the potential impact onto the existing environment due to Brantford Pit Extension. Predicted ground level concentrations were compared to the applicable area and discussed in this study.

Hydrogeological Assessment

July 2020

This study presents a characterization of existing hydrogeological and hydrologic conditions; an interpretation of field study results; an evaluation of potential effects on water resources, water uses and the natural environment; and provide a monitoring program framework that will enable transparency and an on-going assessment of compliance with the proposed conditions of the Site Plans.

Natural Environment Report

July 2020

This study presents a characterization of existing hydrogeological and hydrologic conditions; an interpretation of field study results; an evaluation of potential effects on water resources, water uses and the natural environment; and provide a monitoring program framework.

Noise Assessment Report

June 2020

The purpose of this study is to provide noise control recommendations in order that the operation within the proposed licensed area will satisfy the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation, and Parks (MECP) noise guidelines.

Planning Justification Report

August 2020

The purpose of the proposed pit extension is to replace the depleted reserves at the existing pit, and continue to provide a source of high-quality granular materials to predominately local construction markets in and surrounding the Brant County area.

Archeological Assessment Report I

January 2019

The following PDF file provides a map for the Stage 2 archaeological assessment of the  study area illustrating the exact location of Ginseng 1 (AgHc-181)

Archeological Assessment Report II

January 2019

The Stage 1 background research determined that the study area exhibited potential for the identification and recovery of archaeological resources. As such, a Stage 2 survey was recommended for the study area. The Stage 2 was conducted on December 4, 2017. A single Euro-Canadian archaeological site was identified within the study area and registered as Ginseng 1 (AgHc-181).

Traffic Impact Assessment

August 2020

Under future traffic conditions for the 2025 and 2030 study horizon, the site access is expected to be operating with ample residual capacity and with acceptable delay. The proposed expansion is not expected to significantly impact Colborne Street West.

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